Two of the three convicted murderers who escaped from a privately run prison in Kingman, Ariz., on Friday continue to evade authorities, ABC News reports.
Tracy Province, a 42-year-old serving a life sentence for murder and robbery, and John McClusky, who was serving a 15-year sentence for second-degree murder, had help from Casslyn Mae Welch, a 44-year-old who is engaged to McClusky.
The two met cut through the prison's fence on Friday afternoon with a third man, 36-year-old Daniel Renwick, who was serving a 22-year second-degree murder sentence and was recaptured in Colorado on Sunday.
An Arizona Department of Corrections official blamed the "lax" staff of the private Utah company running the facility for the escape.
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